How to Measure Your Productivity

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  1. Frozillo goes through his entire day answering emails.
  2. ...and fighting customer fires.
  3. Frozillo thinks he's productive.

But, Frozillo, you not productive!

How do you measure productivity?

  • Take a look at your tasks for the entire day.
  • Then, ask your bad-self: "What percentage of the tasks I've completed will matter 5 years from now?"

For instance:

  1. Teaching Team Member Charlie how to do Tasks A, B, C, D, E, etc. = won't matter 5 years from now.
  2. Creating an operations manual that Team Member Charlie and any other team member in the future can use tomorrow, next year, and five years from now = GOOD.

Ask yourself:

  • "What percentage of my day did I spend working on things that will pay big rewards tomorrow/next-week/month/year/5-years?"

Make work last.

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Posted on November 05

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